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"A program of headliners." That's
' , the verdict of capacity audiences that
Jammed Poll's theatre Monday. it
" was ; a popular verdict, too, judging,
: f roisi' the i aDoreciatlon manifest at
every attraction on the vaudeville and
picture program. ' '
The vaudeville bill Is, headed by
. Han Ping Chieh's "Pefcln Mysteries,'?
: 5 - which last week was a big: hit at the
Palace theatre, New York. A big
' troupe of Orientals contribute a whole
,-. variety - show with their f feats of
: magic, acrobatics, juggling and other
: entertaining oddities from' the fat
'" east. " The Chinee are adepts at the
various v"turns " they undertake, ana
the magic portion of the program was
' -really bewildering. , Oae feat, follow
' ed another with such "rapidity that
""the audience was left gasping, "It is
a. wonderful vaudeville attraction.
: ." The' feature " photoplay is' another
of those film masterpieces by D. W.
" Griffith: It is calledThe AverigiSg
Conscience" and is a screen version bf
Edgar' Allen Foe's , "The Tell-Ttala
; Heart." -A superb ' cast- headed by
Henry B. Walthal and Blanche Bweet,
give a most interesting and gripping
1 presentation of this wonderful, story
The play is in' six parts, and In addi
tion to holding a great dramatic ln-
terest, it 'again shows; the versatility
."" ef..Mr. Griffith , in- producing, wonders
with the motion pictures ,, oaiijera, ;
IThe City Comedy 'Four, four fun
. ny lads who have some good comedy
" and. a repertoire of pleasing ? vocal
. numbers, sang their way into ' im
mediate popularity "Wjalter BroVer,
.'a -jolly young mail with just about)the
'. funniest moaoiogue you ever listened
to had J the audience holding , their
-'sides before he finished 'his narrative
of the troubles .-of a bridegroom. Wal
ter is very fupny. ; '-'. ' ,( : ":vs;
' The Puppets; in a European comic
' novelty, presented "something differ
ent" and it was a hit. . Lockett &
- Valdron, in songs and danoes, .pleas
' ed! immensely with a happy program,
" and the Ozavs,; comedy jugglers com
i - pleted the bill in happy manner. , .
! The all feature photoplay program
Offered today at's Keenes Empire
theatre, known under the caption ipt
"The Home of First Run ' Paramount
Masterpieces" will be"headed by ."a
five part .Bosworth Paramount ear
.' Jure, ((ULturuig Elsie Janis,' the fa
i ' mous American comedienne entitled,
"Betty in Search of a Thrill." This
" la one of the most delightful feature
subjects ever relased. . through ;''. the
. .' .Paramount program.' : Other ;-;'select
! " and entertaining ' feature and single
- part subjects will also be shown. To
morrow's program will be headed by
the eleventh Instalment of the film.,
serial supreme, "The - Black J Bdi," in
"- two arts featuring a number of the
: most- popular stars who have appear -'
ed in JJnlversal. pictures: t- . ,'Th
Black Box" serial has won: the idis
v tmcuon of being the finest film serial
t ever1 attempted in motion pictures. .
; :('.": - ' - " - ,. ' - .- j- . v.i ':
The Sierra : Sunbeams 1 in "An -Idyl
Of the . . Hills,"', a miniature , -musical
- certtedy with scenes laid in the prairie
lands of the far west,' is the main at
traction 'on the Plata's vaudeville pro-
i gram for the first half of the' week.
There are ten "people in the vast, teey
, 'en of, them pretty girls in .many col
ored ' costumes who offer a repertoire
of songs and 'dances in a manner that
places them Just a notch higher? than
; any musioA.1 comedy troupe that, has
appeared . at ,. the Plaza in ' many', a
moon. ' 4 The- comedy end of the act
has - been very I well provided . for by
-thf-ee competent comedians.. , .y-t The
scerac investiture is extremely jpretty
A more finished,' refined- or ;delight-..-
fuJ , offering could scarcely "be' Wished
for, than that presented by the Wilton
- Sisters, at. yesterday's J performances.
Ther girjs are young in years tout tpeir
agss-by no means guag'e their talents
for they are. truly two- of ' the' most
gifted. artists "tha,t variety has 'sent
our way ,m, some time.- They are
r pretty, .'versatile -and :have a unique
"- way of getting their- numbers over
hat should jrove profitable for them.
The offering consisted of songs, wtblin
i. rotos, piano solos and dancing and it
was a H so good that there could be
Ucn distinction drawn, -
V Bairns,- Kilmore and -Grady, three
1'oys with rahrrah hats and smiles
mat-won i-come-911 w.ik on with a
goodjy share Qf honors in a neatly
-. -arranged , smging and talking -skit
that differs from the ordinary in many
.ways. , , 1 n ooys nave pleasant voices
and know, how to harmonize while
..their comedy : patter: gets over big.
i Artame, ,af clever , young fellow, does
1 . somes dare-devil balancing, stunts on
ta-Dles. and chairs and made a:big im
pression on the audience at the open,
lij!.,' performance. " "" C ' i v '
- ? -I'Strathmore,;", a ;To.ur reel ; .Mutual
. ilasterpicture from the story 'by 'the
I famous. Ouidav. was the big photo at
. traction. It is a splendid story and
. well staged and should prove a (big
drawing card. - "Gussie's Backward
Way," a Keystone- and "The Broken
Window," are shown.
RICHARD 1TOIT TLXi.
Richard Holt, aged 18, 123
Street, 13 ill with diphtheria.
-V ' cr r 1 -1
This is yur opportunity to Iuy your
I Decoration Day. millinery at immense-
Iv reduced prices at E. H. Dillon &
-. Co.'s, 1 1 0 5 Main street. Adv.
Foot Troubles Are Foolish
Thousand of people who- suffer
Intense torture from sore feet will
welcome me ; mrormauon tnat a
duick, easy, ,'n6sitive remedy' is now
obtainable. , . Two spoonfuls , of 1
Caloci'de compound in -warm foot
bath; soak" the- feet In ' this fifteen
minutes, gently rubbing sort parts'."
Belief is instant for- tired, aching,
burning, and sweaty feet; corns and
callouses can be peeled right off.
Caloctde penetrates and removes
the cause. Get: a twenty-five cent
package of Calocide from any drug
store and end foot torture. . Pre
pared by Medical: Formula, Day-,j
tors, O. ' -
CASE AGAINST JITNEY
Oa kland Commerce Chamber . Com
: mittee's Report Are Ineffldentf "
! - And Unreliatfle.
" Manyobjections to the Jitney auto
mobile are found by the transporta
tion committee- of the chamber .of
commerce of Oakland, Cal., which are
set forth at length in a pamphlet dat
ed 'April 32.,, The conclusion of -the
special transportation committee is
that the jitney cannot make money,
cannot handle crowds safely, nor ade
quately, , In its discussion of. the sub
ject six "axioms" are first outlined as
follows: - "".'".'.
First The Jitneys are on the ln
crease' or , stationary in numbers,
where unregulated, and about station
ary or decreasing under regulation..'"
Second The street railway manag
ers regard the " service as a serious
menace to their .business, wherever
it operates under present conditions
without adequate regulation". . .
Third The rdrain. upon the revenue
of j:he street railways is constant and
large. : v The loss .comes out of net
rervenue directly applicable to fixed
chargesi since .the operating costs re
main the same as longjas the service
is not reduced. - -
; Fourth -The jitneys operate almost
exclusively ;over the same streets as
the railways.; . ,
' Fifth- The' radiiift of ictlon of the
Jitneys under a 5 cent fare is limited
to the .-restricted area where travel is
densest and the .haul short.. '
The . committee'-then asks the ques
tion, "Have we now reached, the point
where the electric trolley oar 'is. to
be rendered obsolete ' and be super
seded by the independently owned and
operated small transportaotion unit?
Is this a scientific advance 'in -.urban,
transportation and an economic , ne'cV
essity demanded by the people ? Will
it result In further Increasing the traf
fic range and. the economic residence
limit from business centers, or, if not
extending these limits, will :it add to
the ..speed, comfort or safety, of the
service within . the present limits ?" '
- The subject of long and short haul
is then exhaustively ' discussed and the
report intimtites " that, if the trolley
companies hatve to meet continued Jit
ney competition. It will mean the es
tablishment of zones and the increas
ing of the fare from , S cents to a
multiple of that .amount. "
.Regarding the jitsney ana 11s origin,
the conclusion, of the committee' is
that the '.Jitney is caused by' unem- 1
ployment and that,' as soon as times
are good again and there is work f or
all the' men1 who own "'automobiles,' the
machines , will disappear. That ' the
service " will not be stable the report
concludes with these words, "If the
owner gets sick and.- stays at home, or
the weather dees not suit him, : or he
finds that, he is not making money, or,
for any .other reason, lie quits, there
is no known treason,' he quits, there
is no. known means-of compelling him
to hire a substitute or to continue the
service. in. these absolute requisites
to', a satisfactory traffic service -'-regu
larity and -i. dependability the jitneys
seem to be essentially weak."'" .Other
quotations are:; . ;
"The committee has ; head no dis
senting voice as to the increased traf
fic hazard due to the Jitheysy Sanitary
Inspectiori ajid control of small inde
pendently; owned traffic fjunit . is no
doubt possiblev but hardly probable.'
The " danger. toChealth from dirty and
unsanitary cars and upholstery is a
real one-and much greater than in the
smooth-surfaced interior of a street
car. " Crowding and overloading of
cars is not only a menace to safety
and healthy but a .source of even
greater discomfort than results -from
the same trouble in a street car."
' Several hundred words are then
given to an analysis, of the loss to the
street car. companies and the reduc
tion of dividends likely. The' percent
age' net loss in various citlespf the
west, is given" as follows Oakland, 20;
San Francisco, 28; XoB Angeles, 35;
Portland, Ore., .1 1 ; Tacoma, Wash.,
32: From Jthe table it appears that the
jitneys are taking from the street rail
ways from '7; to 10 per cent, of their
grosst and 20 to 30 per cent of their
net increase. - - ' .
The effect upon securities of street
railways and t new , capital investment
and the loss to the stat& is lessened
taxes, from the street railways is also
discussed, at . length and the report
closes with , the statement f that , the
'committee considers the .case against
the jitney 'bus virtually proven.'
In the appendix is an Interesting
table J prepared by B. M. Holden; of
New Tor k for" the Mason-Seamon
Taxi cab Company of New York city,
for whom he was formerly counsel.
His conclusion 4s that' a car should
earn at least 10 cents affnile to pay
expanses. - ' .- :
By Ixse Pape "...
'Me. and my cusain Artie was" wawkr
ing ' alawng : today ajj we fownd a
marriskeeno chocklit awl rapped up
in'tissue papir,: both of us seeiing it at
the , saim-. time but me picking; if up
awn akkauntV of me beeing the
G, : you , aint, going to ' eet it, are
you, sd "Artie. . i. " .
Wy not, noboddya oit eny out of it
yet or entiling, I sed. t
: Well how do you 4 no how- meny
germs is in that thing, enything you
pick up is ' libel to be pack full of
germs, sed Artie. . - '
How are ; they going- to get throo
this tissue papir. I gess' l no as
mutch about; germs as wat you do, I
sed. .' i :- , .. -J. - i.
' How do you, Is" yurc farthir a dock
tir.v sed Artie-. , . t , '
'No, I' sed,.'.'-' :"' . .j
Well mine is, sed. 'Artie .and, I no
tissue papir' is a sintsh for germs to
get throo if . they wunt to. . . '
You no a lot, you do, I sed. '
Awl rite, igo ahed and eet it if you
wunt to get !"consurripshin and' Indi
gestshin and a halff r a duzzin uthir
thmgs, ony I no wat Id do if I was
the wun that picked it up, sed Ar-i
tie. : '. " -"'' ';',
Wat, I-sed,. and. Artie sed. Id go in
and ask my farthir to annilyze it and
if it had eny germs' awn it my farthir
wood brush them awf. . -.
Well, you can take it in and. ask
him .to, enyway, if you wunt, and if
its awl rite 111 give you haff of it, I
sed. And Artie took the maraskee
no -chocklit in his house and I wait
ed outside awn the steps ,and aftir
a wle he calm out agen, saying, G
wizz its lucky for you I showed it 'to
him awl rite. ' , '
Wy, I sed, and Artie sed. Wy ber
kause he annilyzed it and it had about
a millyin awl different kind of germs
in it, and. they was in so deep he
coodent brush them awf.
Well ware is it, I sed. . wares . the
- My f arthir berned It, you dont
think he wood leeve a dangeris thing
Tike that erround, do you, sed Artie.
Wich Jest then wat stopped in frunt
of the house but a awtomobeel and
who got out of it but Arties farthir,
proving that he wasent in the house
at awl, and I boo ware the marris
keeno chocklit was, beeing Arties
stummick. and t. it had a millyin
germs in it, I hope sum of them give'
him a fearse .belly ake.i but nothing
to axuilly.-kill him.
Bits of Byplay
By Lake McLnke
Oopyrlght, 1915, the Cincinnati
Paw Knows" Everything.
Will la Paw, what is a- shock ab
sorber? ,'."',.'' ''I
Paw A husband, my son.
Maw Willie, yon go out and take a
walk. , i "
I swatted at a. fly today,
I missed him. Be survives.
And now with giat prid I can say
I'yo saved a million lives.
If I do say it myself," bragged the
doctor, "my- prescriptions are worth
their weight in gold.'? 1
"To the druggist or the undertaker?''
asked the grouch. ,
They want all; that a man can get,
Their clamor broadcast spreads, '
But they don't want two things, I'll bet
Mustaches and bald heads.. ., I
, The Wise Fool.
"Women are . very fond of color
schemes," observed the sage,'
. 'Tees," replied the, fool. ' "Most of
them try to keep their hair light and
their ages dark." t ; 'y
Love.' ' , f ,
Poor Henry loved a girl named Grace,
He felt Dan Cupid's dart;
And every dimple in her face
Made a dent in his .heart.
Names Is Names. '
TJra Butcher Is the na of a man in
an Ohio tQiwn. '- ;
: Dear LukeThe old . fashioned din
ner pall .with the tin enp fastened on
top of it is used dally by a man who
works at New Knoxvflle, O.-O. W. II.
Dear LukeThe rural route carrier
at Somerset, Ky uses the old fashion
ed dinner pall with the tin cup fasten
ed on top. A. D. C, ;
Which Half Did You Kill This Week?
In order to hare a good supply of
fresh meat for the manufacture of our
pies we kill, half a cow: every week.
Ad. of an Ohio Bakery.
'In Which the Editor Is Accurate. -
They,- the drivers, chased ; them, the
cattle, all over that pasture and they,
the cattle, finally broke back into
Hook's pasture and they, the drivers,
bad to start , them, the cattle, from
where they, the drivers, started them,
the cattle, out a couple of hours before.
After considerable racing and chasing
they, the drivers tired them, the cattle,
put; until they, the cattle, were willing
to be drfven quietly Into town. Eoek
iHe Booster.' - ' v' '-i-':
TKirtge to 'Worry About.
" Precipltevolisslmevoimente is- Italian
for "hurry." . ; V
- -. ' . . : Oh, Joy! ;
: Professor - Hoes Bennett and big El
len Eammons were sweetly mingling
their, voices together Sunday. From a
Our Daily. Special. ,
- Be as . good ' as your word, but .see
that yotir word is good. , J
'. - - - ' ' ' '',- -i - . '
. . Luke McLuke Says:
There is something wrong with a
boy who hates dogs and wont thro w
stones at cats. "', . v
Some of the girls who are peaches
on the- street are lemons when they
are at home. '."
. Before marriage, she is "dear," and
he. is "treasurei'V 'After marriage she
becomes dearer,' and he becomes treas
urer, and tret they have a scrap every
day. .' ; . "-. ;;-"-;;; ; ';
The ideal woman continues to be the
one you didn't marry. - .
The man who marries a' girl for her
complexion In . June finds . out that
peaches and cream cost a heap of
money in December.
If a man. would praise his wife as
much at home as he does when he is
outside the honeymoon would never
end. . ' - , '"
The reason why a ..woman never for
gets to mall, a letter is because she
hasn't any pockets. ; . .
Tie "man who Is too lazy to work for
a thing will get down on his knees and
pray for it, and then feel greatly sur
prised because he doesn't get it.
Some people get a lot of comfort out
of the reflectionthat there are lots of
people in the world who are worse
than they are.! '
Always laugh at a man's jokes. And
some day he will lend you money
when you need it.
A good housekeeper is always hard
up for aprons.
A good natured puppy dog is pretty
friendly. But he hasn't anything on a
candidate before election. '
When a man sets himself up as an
example some people can't figure out
what he amounts to.
The old fashioned woman who used
to think .that she was" disgraced if she
didn't get her wash out on the line on
Monday morning before the other wo
men in the neighborhood now has a
daughter who- tells the laundryman
to come back on Tuesday for the wash
because she is too tired to get it ready
on Monday. i -
The man who has four hairs to
streak across his dome always feels
sorry for a pooi- boob who Is bald
FtTJVERAL DESIGNS AND
JOHN RJSCM. & SON
DIRECT FROM THE PAIAGE THEATRE, NEW YORK
J A 1
I INSTANT I
1 HIT J
Han Ping Chien
MYSTIFYING MAGIC ASTONISHING ACROBATICS
' OTHER ORIENTAL ODDITIES
A WHOLE VARIETY SHOW IN ONE BIG ACT
n REELS I
WITH HENRY B.', WALTHAL, BLANCHE SWEET
AND OTHER "STARS " ' '
Adapted from Foe's "THE TELL TALE HEART"
4 -CITY CoilY 4 1 PUPPETTS
, : A "Regular" Quartet . r . . European Comic Novelty 1
LOCKETT & WALT E R T H E
WALDRON B ROWER O A V S
In Songs and Dances .- "Jest Nonsense" , Comedy Jugglers
( : " , - - ' :
' Can you 'give me the names of the
various German" states and possessions
and the date of'their beginning? .
The Gcrinkn empire consists of the
kingdoms of Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony
and "VVurttetnberg; the grand duchies
of Baden, Hesse, Mectlenburg-Schwer-in,,
MeckTenburg-Stf elitz,. Oldenburg,
Saie-"Weimar-Eisena0h; thednehieg of
Anhalt; Brunswick, Srfxe-Altenburg,'
Saxe-Cpburg-Gotha, Saxe - MeSnlngen;
the principalities of Lippe, Reus (elder
and younger lines)',1 Schatimburg-Lippe
Sondershausen, Waldeck; ' the free
Hanse towns of Lubeck, Bremen and
Hamburg, . with some small rural terri
tory attached to' each, aud the "Reichs
land" of ;AJsace-Lorraine. German col
onies before; the war Tere Togo and
Kamenm, on the 'west coast of , Africa,
near the equator; southwest Africa, be
tween latitudes 15 and 30; German
East Africa,, the part of Sew Guinea
kno.wn, as ', Kaiser ' "Wilhelmlaiid, the
Carolines and the Bismarck Archipela
go, Samoa and Klaochau.!
The present German f empire was
formed in lSftl, succeeding .the "North
German, Confederation," . which had
drawn the northern Teutonic states of
the "holy Roman empire" away from
Austria and into a loose federal unicjn.
Whte was it that said, "The Prussian
schoolmaster Won' the battle of Sado
wa," : and whom did jt refer to? 1
The ; saying is ' attributed . to Count
von . Moltke, Prussian strategist.. ; He
meant, it was' the early training of
German boys ' that made them good
soldiers. Similarly the Duke of Well
ington 'js -reputed to have said, "The
battle of Waterloo-, was won on the
playing fields of Eton.";. '
Which ie the oldest royal family in
point of continuous reign in Europe? 1
The dynasty of the Hohenzollerns of
Prussia has a greater antiquity than
any other (f amily reigning in , Europe.
This dynasty ifepeived its scepter at
the hands of .Sigismdnd in the fif
teenth century and' has transmitted it
without' dispute to the present time.
. The family was brought into historic
prominence., by being connected with
the- origin b -the 'Franco-Prussian war
of ,1870-1. ' A prince of. Hohenzollern
was invited .to take the Spanish crown.
As he was a near' relation of the reign
ing family of Prussia, France objected.
Although the prince declined the crown,
France demandefl. of Prussia assur
ance that she would..never put 'a Prus
sian prince upon the throne of Spain.
The" Prussian king refused to make
such a promise,: and the war ensued.
Can a tihinJman hiutnmA a natuMliT.
sd citizen of this United States?
A Chinaman cannot become natural
ized in,this icountry, but according to
the latest rulings .of .the courts the
Chinaman born here - is a citizen bv
flrrace of the constitution.
Has any estimate been made as to
the probable revenue and expenses of
operating the Panama canal? If so,
A special report on the subject made
to President Taft in 1912 estimated
the average recelnts per annum during
1915 and 1916 at $12,600,000; receipts in
1920, $16,012,800; in 1925, $20,400,000.
It has been, estimated that the annual
expense of maintaining and operating
the canal, including the sanitation and
government of ther canal zone, will
amount to $,000,000. These are' mere
ly estimates but ' they were made by
competent men upon careful considera
tion. The estimate of - expense does
not include' interest on the cost of ihe
canal, $375,000,000, which at 8 per cent
"will amount to $11,250,000, nor does it
include the payment -to Panama of
Please inform me through . your
worthy -paper how long England and
Japan have been allies?
In January,192, the two nations en
tered into an ""entente." This was ce-i
merited in September, 1905, hy a de
fensive and offensive alliance.
(a) Do any ships have to pay toll to
go through the Panama canal?, (b)
Can any nation take the Panama canal
in time of war? , (c) Are there any
forts guarding the canal and where are
(a) Xes. (b) It "would have to fight
the United States to do so. tc) Xes, at
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Evenings 10c, 15c, 25c
D. V. GRIFFITH.PRESENTS t " ."
A Masterpiece Till? A VF.NfillVfi
' CONSCIENCE ,
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STATE OF CONNECTIQPT,
DISTRICT OF BRIDGEPORT, -PROBATE
; May 13, 1915.
Estate of Howard H. Wheeler, la-te
bf the town of Monroe, in said dis
trict, deceased. .
The Court of Trobate for the Dis
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allowed six months from the date
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"AN IDYL OF THE HILLS"
A Miniature Musical Comedy With 10 People
Pretty, Shapely Girls Galore ,
An Act in the Atmosphere of the Golden West
An Act You'll Send Your Friends To Seel
BtTRNS, KILMORE & GRADY
Three Varsity Chaps in a Comedy Singing Act You'll Like.
I A Pair of Pretty Toimg Women
. The Dare-Devil Boy With the Table and Chairs.
. "GUSSLE'S BACKWARD WAY"
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"THE BROKEN WINDOW"
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An- Oid-Fasbioned Story With a Modern . Theme.
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ELSIE JANIS IN
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IN FIVE ACTS
A Story You Will Enjoy Other Select Features
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